Patience Cowie
Patience Cowie
Professor of Earth System Processes, University of Bergen
Verified email at geo.uib.no
TitleCited byYear
Scaling of fracture systems in geological media
E Bonnet, O Bour, NE Odling, P Davy, I Main, P Cowie, B Berkowitz
Reviews of geophysics 39 (3), 347-383, 2001
9312001
Physical explanation for the displacement-length relationship of faults using a post-yield fracture mechanics model
PA Cowie, CH Scholz
Journal of Structural Geology 14 (10), 1133-1148, 1992
5861992
Displacement-length scaling relationship for faults: data synthesis and discussion
PA Cowie, CH Scholz
Journal of Structural Geology 14 (10), 1149-1156, 1992
5621992
Fault growth and fault scaling laws: preliminary results
CH Scholz, NH Dawers, JZ Yu, MH Anders, PA Cowie
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 98 (B12), 21951-21961, 1993
3921993
Determination of total strain from faulting using slip measurements
CH Scholz, PA Cowie
Nature 346 (6287), 837, 1990
3291990
Damage zone and slip-surface evolution over μm to km scales in high-porosity Navajo sandstone, Utah
ZK Shipton, PA Cowie
Journal of Structural Geology 23 (12), 1825-1844, 2001
3272001
Growth of faults by accumulation of seismic slip
PA Cowie, CH Scholz
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 97 (B7), 11085-11095, 1992
2811992
A healing–reloading feedback control on the growth rate of seismogenic faults
PA Cowie
Journal of Structural Geology 20 (8), 1075-1087, 1998
2681998
A mechanism to explain rift-basin subsidence and stratigraphic patterns through fault-array evolution
S Gupta, PA Cowie, NH Dawers, JR Underhill
Geology 26 (7), 595-598, 1998
2281998
Statistical physics model for the spatiotemporal evolution of faults
PA Cowie, C Vanneste, D Sornette
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 98 (B12), 21809-21821, 1993
2251993
A conceptual model for the origin of fault damage zone structures in high-porosity sandstone
ZK Shipton, PA Cowie
Journal of Structural Geology 25 (3), 333-344, 2003
2242003
Bedrock channel adjustment to tectonic forcing: Implications for predicting river incision rates
AC Whittaker, PA Cowie, M Attal, GE Tucker, GP Roberts
Geology 35 (2), 103-106, 2007
2162007
Multifractal scaling properties of a growing fault population
PA Cowie, D Sornette, C Vanneste
Geophysical Journal International 122 (2), 457-469, 1995
2091995
Fault tip displacement gradients and process zone dimensions
PA Cowie, ZK Shipton
Journal of Structural Geology 20 (8), 983-997, 1998
2031998
Constraining slip rates and spacings for active normal faults
PA Cowie, GP Roberts
Journal of Structural Geology 23 (12), 1901-1915, 2001
1882001
Implications of fault array evolution for synrift depocentre development: insights from a numerical fault growth model
PA Cowie, S Gupta, NH Dawers
Basin Research 12 (3-4), 241-261, 2000
1882000
Modeling fluvial incision and transient landscape evolution: Influence of dynamic channel adjustment
M Attal, GE Tucker, AC Whittaker, PA Cowie, GP Roberts
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 113 (F3), 2008
1392008
Decoding temporal and spatial patterns of fault uplift using transient river long profiles
AC Whittaker, M Attal, PA Cowie, GE Tucker, G Roberts
Geomorphology 100 (3-4), 506-526, 2008
1352008
Fault strain and seismic coupling on mid‐ocean ridges
PA Cowie, CH Scholz, M Edwards, A Malinverno
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 98 (B10), 17911-17920, 1993
1191993
New constraints on sediment-flux–dependent river incision: Implications for extracting tectonic signals from river profiles
PA Cowie, AC Whittaker, M Attal, G Roberts, GE Tucker, A Ganas
Geology 36 (7), 535-538, 2008
1162008
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